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MJF Reveals The 1st Wrestler He’d Like To Face If He Ever Joins WWE

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• MJF Reveals The 1st Wrestler He’d Like To Face If He Ever Joins WWE

AEW wrestler MJF has teased joining WWE on multiple occasions.

Being just 26 years old, there’s plenty of time for him to join the #1 pro-wrestling company in the world one day.

During a Q&A session on Twitter, a fan asked him the following question:

“Who’s the first person you’d want to work with if you went to WWE?”

MJF chose former Universal Champion Kevin Owens.

Speaking of MJF, he was recently asked on the Notsam Wrestling podcast if he has aspirations to perform at WrestleMania.

Below is what MJF replied:

“No. The only thing I care about at this point, at 26 years of age, is where will I make the most amount of money.

I think if AEW is willing to pay me enough money to put the company on my back and build it up so that one day, we have 100,000 people, what’s the difference? What difference does it make?”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 18, 1998) – WWF In Your House 25: Judgment Day

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 18, 1998, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF In Your House 25: Judgment Day’ LIVE on PPV from the Rosemont Horizon in Rosemont, Illinois.

This was the 25th out of 28 WWF In Your House pay-per-views that aired between 1995 and 1999.

Here are the results:

Al Snow defeated Marc Mero

LOD 2000 defeated The Disciples of Apocalypse

WWF Light Heavyweight Championship: Christian defeated Taka Michinoku (c)

Goldust defeated Val Venis

WWF European Championship: X-Pac defeated D’Lo Brown (c)

WWF Tag Team Championship: The Headbangers defeated The New Age Outlaws (c) by DQ

WWF Intercontinental Championship: Ken Shamrock (c) defeated Mankind

Mark Henry defeated The Rock

Vacant WWF Championship – Stone Cold Steve Austin as referee: Kane vs. The Undertaker ended in a double pinfall (Since Austin didn’t crown a new champion, he was fired)

        
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